When I was a student teacher, the lead teacher came in one day sputtering about how ungrateful one of her neighbors was. She was sure it was going to be a deal breaker as far as neighborhood friendships were concerned. It was going to be the fin...
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Location: Grand Haven, Michigan
Chance Four is my new quest. Most "graduates" from special education programs are sitting home on their backsides, watching television, and being cared for. I found during my career that most of them had great abilities to create and work in traditional woodworking ways. I am continuing to enlarge a unique to the world program I created as an active special education teacher out in the real world. It is much easier now that I am retired as the meetings to decide what I will do next include only ... me!
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-- Chance Four "Not Just a Second Chance"
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This is a twist on the “Baking Pies” observation I made earlier. The homes along the street where my oldest daughter lives are close together.Her neighbors argue with dirt about who witnessed more during the creation of the universe. As dirt a...
Once upon a time there was a woman that loved to bake pies. She baked pies for years and years growing up, through her married life for her husband, for her children. She loved baking pies. There were all kinds of complements throughout the yea...